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in marin county, a woman was detained. ryan takeo reports. it's not the first time a bomb squad has been there. >> reporter: they were here last night and a month ago. it's the second time in a month. the last time deputies say they found 87 possible explosive devices and crystal meth. and the bomb squad was back at it last night. about 10:00, they came to the home on pacheco avenue near novato after neighbors complained earlier in the day they heard explosions. deputies detained 43-year-old loreen mason, she is the same woman they arrested last month along with a man for having those explosive devices. >> at some point the deputies were able to gain access into the house conduct a protective sweep, make sure there was no one harmed or any obvious signs of foul play. and which there was none. but they did glean some evidence that led them to the point that there was a need to try to obtain the search warrant for this residence. >> reporter: both suspects were already due in court this
morning facing felonies from last month. one of the felonies mason faces, child endangerment charges. she has a five-year-old daughter. we don't know if she was there at the time last night. live in novato, ryan takeo, kpix 5. students at palo alto high are mourning the death of a classmate who stepped in front of a caltrain yesterday morning. the 15-year-old is the third student in the district who take his own life since september. police are keeping a close eye on the tracks. there's also a grassroots movement to try to prevent the tragedies from happening. >> i'm trying to raise awareness mostly for the parents. we love our moms and we love our dads, but calm down. ha. we'll do just fine even though we got a b-minutes on that "10" test. >> a former high school teacher started "save the 2008" of a rash of u sides a few years ago. happening -- of suicides a few years ago. happening today as the california drought stretches into the fourth year now the
santa clara water district will meet today to discuss a rate hike. the district will consider a hike up to 30%. east bay m.u.d. and the sfpuc are considering rate hikes because water agencies are selling less water since customers started conserving during the drought. also happening today, east bay m.u.d.'s board of directors is meeting today to turn up the pressure on people who steal water. water district says it's never fined people before who get water without paying for it but now it's more common and officials are weighing whether to adopt fines and criminal penalties. some people steal water from hydrants or pry open meters that were shut off because a bill wasn't paid. >> let's check in with elizabeth for our morning commute. >> it's a mess right now. if you are trying to get out of berkeley on the eastshore freeway, so it was this truck and then it spilled a load of lumber, wood pallets from the back of the truck.
that's blocking two lanes of westbound 80. and it's all right around the university avenue exit where it tends to get hectic at this time of the morning anyway. so you can see all those slowdowns now trying to get through the eastshore freeway area and into emeryville. there is definitely a wait time there red sensors means speeds below 20 miles per hour. the drive time jumped up to 27 minutes now from the carquinez bridge to the maze. and i know they have been working to clear that wood from the road but in the meantime you are going to sit there for a while and then sit again if you are heading to the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights were turned off at 5:38. so again, early and you'll notice it is backing up almost to the maze. just about to the foot of it. all lanes are back open. they canceled that traffic alert out in sonoma. highway 12 all lanes reopened at cavedale road. there was an overturn accident and live look at the richmond/san rafael bridge approach. not too foggy here actually. it looks okay as you head out of the east bay heading out of richmond into the san rafael area and san mateo traffic
looks good out of hayward. that's "kcbs traffic." roberta has your forecast. it was crazy day. i was driving west on 580 minding my own business and bam! hit a wall of fog! it's very indicative of a summertime weather pattern. dense fog advisory in effect until 10 a.m. for that huge yellow highlighted area. visibility down to a quarter mile in many locations. looks like it's improving somewhat in san francisco towards the embarcadero. visibility there about a half mile. livermore clear at 49. san jose clear. once the fog lifts today, this is a very impressive area of low pressure increasing cloud cover today. spotty rain showers after midnight. temperature in oakland typically 61. toda 69. 60s at the seashore. 70s at the peninsula and santa clara valley.
mid-70s also in gilroy. west winds onshore 10 to 20 east of the bay today in the low 70s. otherwise, north of the golden gate bridge, mostly cloudy skies. 68 degrees in santa rosa. light rain showers develop before midnight around cloverdale and also in clearlake. we talk spotty showers for tomorrow. we have record warmth by the end of the workweek. those details, michelle, still coming up. >> all right, roberta. thank you. a one-year-old boy from southern california has been found after police say he was kidnapped by his father. jayden santiago's mother, kristie martinez, said she got a text message letting her know her son is safe. an amber alert was issued when police say the boy's father broke into martinez's home in san pedro early yesterday. he allegely stabbed her boyfriend with a pocketknife. martinez's brother tried to intervene and he was stabbed also. >> he tried to run me over with the car. but, um, i got o top of the hood. >> the boy's family says he was left in the car during the
attack. hours later they were both found in mexico. a group of bikers is guarding a home in san jose around the clock. and kpix 5 reporter kiet do joins us live and kiet, i understand this is kind of unusual that these guys are helping out. >> reporter: yeah. absolutely. we're live here at the sheriff's office where they believe the escaped inmate is in the bay area and they have formed a task force to find him. until then a group known as bikers against child abuse, or baca, is providing round-the- clock security for the family. they are guarding victim's house in san jose. carter is set to stand trial for five counts of child molestation of the 9-year-old victim. if found guilty, he faces life in prison. >> our goal is to just do whatever we have to do to make this family feel safe and to make this child feel safe. >> reporter: now, on friday, there was a massive manhunt after carter escaped while on
his way to see a doctor. he overpowered a deputy who was guarding him alone. the bikers will guard the house until the escaped inmate is back in custody. kiet do, kpix 5. u.s. ambassador to south korea mark lippert is out of the hospital. needed 80 stitches to repair cuts from a violent knife attack. this morning he says he is much better. >> uhm, you know, i feel pretty good all things considered. i mean, it was, um, obviously, um, a scary incident, but, i'm walking talking, um, holding my baby, uhm, you know, hugging my wife. >> the ambassador was slashed -- [ simultaneous speakers ] >> -- last week. the alleged attacker is an anti- american activist previously convicted of throwing a piece of concrete at the japanese ambassador. secret service is flying drones over parts of washington, d.c. for the next several weeks. the goal is to find ways to
quickly detect a rogue drone flying near the white house then either seize control or jam signals to send it off course. this follows an incident in january when a drone piloted by an off-duty intelligence worker landed on the white house lawn. republicans in congress are accused of trying to undermine a nuclear talks with iran. an open letter from 47 gop senators to iranian leaders says it has come to our attention that you may not fully understand our constitutional system. the letter says, congress must sign off on nuclear deals and any agreement could be revoked by the next president. >> i think it's somewhat ironic, um, to see, um, some members of congress wanting to make common cause with the hardliners in iran. um, it's an unusual coalition. >> iran's foreign minister calls the letter a propaganda ploy. time now is 6:08. black market bars are becoming more popular in the bay area. we'll take you inside one of
the operations many say are putting kids in danger. >> plus, why a bay area construction worker was fired after saving the life of this wild raccoon. >> heavy fog, spotty rain showers and record warmth. i'll tell you when you can expect what. >> and in berkeley the driver of a big rig hit a pothole and then lost a load of lumber off
i saw a commercial that said you can save $500 by switching to progressive. that was me, mom. [ laugh ] i thought you said "that was me, mom." [ laughter ] good morning. 6:12 on this tuesday morning, march 10. we're looking out toward mineta international airport, levi's stadium, san jose clear skies but we're socked in with fog at most areas. sfo so far no reports of any airport delays there. besides the fog, we have rain and we have record warmth. we have it all still coming up.
thank you, roberta's. construction worker was let go from his job for saving a wild raccoon. todd sutton saw the trapped and caged animal at his job site, felt bad for the raccoon so he let it g he says his employer accused him of stealing the cage and he fired him after he felt sorry for the raccoon so he let it go. >> i don't think hunters would believe it should be euthanized. so i let it go. >> according to the state law in the raccoon was causing problems, then it is legal to kill it. underground bars are popping up all over the bay area advertising colorful drinks on social media. what's really in them? only on 5 we sent cate caugiran to find out. >> reporter: it looks like any other house on the block. but inside police say it's a modern-day version of a speakeasy selling these. some are coolers. the black market bars are popping up all over the bay
area and growing in popularity. summer coolers has 6400 followers on instagram. it's appointment only. you have to tell them what you want, when you want it and they will tell you where to go. after ordering 4 vodka coolers we drove over to pick them up on macintyre on east oakland and send in our production assistant. minutes later she came out carrying four mason jars filled with the brim. these are no shirley temples. they are filled with vodka. we tasted them before pouring them out. you need a license to sell alcohol but we checked and the house on macintyre street doesn't have one. >> i didn't think they were uncomfortable. they definitely looked at me from back in the kitchen to see who is at the door but it looked like they were just running a business. >> reporter: didn't ask for your age o anything? >> nothing. >> reporter: police took action and took us with them to check the place out.
>> looks like she's over here on the right. >> reporter: cited with a misdemeanor, 49-year-old dierdre sibley. her mom told us it's all a big mistake. did you sell alcohol? >> we did not sell it. our summer coolers are fruit and candy juice. >> reporter: why would they be here? >> i'm trying to figure it out. >> they are selling alcohol without a latest, a misdemeanor crime. from what we have been able to gather so far. >> reporter: john carr is with abc the bureau of alcohol beverage control that assisted in the operation. >> it's real quality of life issues because it disturbs the quiet enjoyment of the neighborhood. >> reporter: do you keep track of places like this after -- >> we don't. we only have finite resources. >> the entire situation is of extreme concern. >> reporter: jody is with mothers against drunk driving. >> with the candies and the gummi worms and the bright colors, this seems to be very much targeted to the youthful drinker. >> reporter: post that on instagram and you have a recipe
for disaster. >> with the prevalence on the social media, we have to take a good look to make sure our communities and our roads are safe. >> reporter: cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> since the police sting last week, the summer coolers instagram site has been redone and now features little kids drinking coolers and smiling. it's the latest in wearable technology. apple unveiled its brand-new watch. there's the sport model and a luxury gold model. we got a sneak peek. the watch can do anything your iphone can do, pretty much. >> with the built-in speaker and microphone, you can receive calls on your watch! i have been wanting to do this since i was 5 years old! >> you can start preordering the watch april 10th. it hits stores two weeks after that. the basic models start at $349 but the whoopdoo do with all
the gold is $10,000. >> like maxwell smart talking into the phone. >> inspector gadget. >> dick tracy. >> that's what i was going to say. >> because roberta is so much older than us. >> that's why i thought frank would know. [ laughter ] let's go out to berkeley because this issued a traffic alert here. it is a mess right now on the eastshore freeway. we thought they may be able to clear those wood pallets from the roadway relatively quickly. that is not the case. now they're going to have one lane blocked for at least a half-hour. westbound 80 at university avenue. it was a big rig that hit a large pothole and then it spilled a bunch of wood into the roadway. so for a while two lanes were blocked by the wood debris. i know they're working to clear some of this mess. but the delays are already really bad. it's backed up to cutting heading out of the richmond area. 30 miles per hour. at least once you get past all that mess in berkeley, it's clear. better than usual in fact as you head closer to the macarthur maze approaching powell and emeryville. that's certainly a hot spot out
the door. actually saw some flashing lights heading eastbound. not sure if they are heading to the scene now. the approach to the toll plaza metering lights turned on at 5:38. the eastshore freeway is in the red, 40 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. once you get on the span, it's okay. dense fog in full effect, though. there is a chp dense fog advisory for the bay bridge. san mateo bridge no delays westbound or eastbound 92. that's your latest drive to work. here's roberta gonzales with the forecast. >> i don't know if i did this photograph justice here. i was trying to frame it properly. gary sent it in and was trying to capture the recent full moon in sebastopol and said he had no ideas these horses were behind the trees and he thinks they were spooked by the full moon but gary, thank you so much for e-mailing me this photo. invite you all to do the same at firstname.lastname@example.org. we'll feature it right here on our "kpix 5 morning news" cast.
this is the scene my picture looking out from our kpix 5 studios towards the embarcadero. the fog appears to be improving there but we still have some dense fog in many neighborhoods. it's in the 40s and 50s out the door right now and that highlighted area is where we had the dense fog advisory in effect until 10:00 this morning. many of our neighborhoods reporting visibility down to about a quarter of a mile. oakland, extremely dense this morning around the bay. so we had widespread fog. once that lifts and dissipates we'll have increasing cloud cover from the north then rain arrives around midnight. this is an impressive area of low pressure. the core is 1300 miles due west of the pacific northwest and that is the target area well into victoria in british columbia. we have this area of high pressure that's going to break down at the tail end of the system as it whips up against the ridge. but it's going to fall apart at the seams. so according to our futurecast just some hit and miss rain showers. we are hoping from a quarter to
half inch in the highest elevation including the santa cruz mountains. the remaining portion of the bay area all the urban areas, generally about .10" if that at most. so here we go. today, increasing cloud cover in the mid-70s in sacramento. mid-60s month tray bay. 60 south shore. our numbers 60s and 70s still above average. pollen count, you know it. you're feeling it. i feel your pain. i'm suffering as well. here's the extended forecast. spotty rain showers wednesday. then record warmth 80s friday all the way through monday. frank and michelle? >> thank you, roberta. time now 6:20. a group of young car thieves targeting bay area dealerships and a backpack may be the key to sto
good morning, everyone. patrick willis, frank gore, justin smith and another player about to leave the 49ers. that's a combine 20 pro bowl selections between four players. now, gore apparently could be headed to the colts after reports had him signing with the eagles on sunday. now, letting the franchise rushing leader walk is a move that kpix 5, nfl analyst jeremy newberry says makes sense. >> they got a very capable guy sitting in carlos. i think the world of frank. frank is one of the toughest running backs i have ever been around in my life. he is probably one of the greatest running backs ever in 49er history but at some point as we get older as football players, this is year 11 for frank, you have to part ways sometime if the price isn't right. 7.5 million guaranteed, is a whole lot for a 32-year-old back. >> frank turns 32 in may. dante jones clippers guard fined $10,000 for this involve
-- for this little shove on draymond green during his post interview on sunday. he hardly got his money's worth. safe to say bobby knight used to get his money's word. -- worth. he and tony la russa watching the warriors in focuses last night. 2nd quarter andre iguodala does his statue of liberty impression. warriors up 6. suns 9-0 run to end the half. knight was hurt but his backup bledsoe stepped in to tie it at 46. but curry scored 25 of his 36 in the second half. steal, layup, 17-point lead and here he is burying threes when the suns were running into him. warriors win their 50th game of the year 98-80. up next detroit home on wings. the sharks were 2-1 winners last night. niemi had 39 saves. today is tuesday free agent signee day in the national football league. a lot news happening. we'll have it all for you tonight at 6:00. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great day. play of the day now.
the game winner last night's sharks game, they are at home. they are tied with pittsburgh in round eight of an overtime shootout. >> finally tommy wingels scored with a backhander getting the puck pass the goalie and then niemi made the lead stand up by stopping pittsburgh's final shot. the sharks beat the penguins and earned our play of the day. they were winners last night. a little backhand flip. 6:26. another 49er is facing serious legal trouble this morning. how the team is responding to new allegations of domestic violence. >> a bomb squad searches a bay area neighborhood. and it's not the first time (scal): good day, m'lady! i am sir-can-a-lot, here to save you from another breakfast bore. wake up those eggs with glorious spam!
your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, march 10. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 6:30. a bomb squad searched a home near novato overnight. kpix 5's ryan takeo is near the house and ryan, this isn't the first time authorities have been there to investigate possible explosives. the bomb squad was there at the same how the last month. back then they said they found 87 explosive devices and crystal meth. and the bomb squad was back out near the house at pacheco
avenue after neighbors heard explosions. deputies detained 43-year-old loreen mason the same woman arrested last month along with a man for having those explosive devices. >> this person was let out on bail the next day and has been out of custody. and for whatever reasons we don't know, led to us coming back here today because of the fact that we're now again receiving reports of explosions occurring here at this residence. >> reporter: both suspects are supposed to be due in court this morning to face those felonies from last month. mason faces one of those felonies, child endangerment charges. she has a 5-year-old daughter. we don't know if the 5-year-old was in the house last night. live in novato, ryan takeo kpix 5. new this morning, san jose police are investigating two shootings. the first happened last night near almaden avenue and oak street south of downtown. the victim's injuries are serious. the second happened early this
morning near stanwood drive and dellwood way in the cambrian area. the victims' injuries are life- threatening. so far no information about the suspects in either of the cases. another san francisco 49er is accused of domestic violence. santa clara police say fullback bruce miller was arrested thursday night on suspicion of spousal battery. miller is 27 years old and has a three-year deal with the 9ers. last season he caught 18 passes for 189 yards and 2 touchdowns. he has not been charged. that decision is up to the santa clara county district attorney's office. general manager trent baalke had this reaction saying: >> it's a shame to hear. it seems lining there's been a lot of bad news about the 9ers lately and, um, you know, it's just a shame to see another
player making bad decisions. >> doesn't matter if he is valuable to the team or not. make sure you have an up standing citizen before he is on the team. >> miller is the 11th member of the 49ers arrested since 2012 one of the highest totals in the nfl. the last 49er arrested is no longer with the team. ray mcdonald had a pair of run- ins with the law last year. the team cut him of assault assault allegations in december his second arrest sexual assault allegations. charges have not gene filed there is a discussion about a possibility of limiting new wipe ris in napa valley. the popularity of wine tasting led to a number of traffic jams overcrowding environmentalists saying winemakers are using too much land for growing games. county staff are against a
moratorium. today's meeting begins with a presentation on growth followed by discussion. >> i guess we'll all have to go to livermore. >> there you go. >> right. i got to tell you i was riding my bike you there the vineyards and the mustard fields are amazing. they are prettier this year than last year. a little light rain in the forecast for tonight into tomorrow. very spotty at best. good morning, everybody. heading out the door we have that right there. this is sfo and the ceiling is so low due to those clouds in the distance there, that we now have delays up to one hour on some arriving flights. temperatures into the 40s and low 50s. we have a pretty nonexistent wind at this hour. visibilities down to a quarter mile in many neighborhoods and that's why the national weather service has issued a dense fog advisory in effect until 10:00 this morning. now, once the fog dissipates we have this right here. a very impressive area of low pressure. it will increase our cloud cover from the north bay all
the way to the south becoming mostly cloudy by nightfall. temperatures still averaging at least a good 6 degrees above normal. 70 in redwood city, low 70s in morgan hill. west winds 10 to 20 east of the bay into the low 70s. north bay numbers in the 60s and low 70s, as well. lane begins in lakeport first. we'll tell you how much -- rain begins in lakeport first. we'll tell you how much rain to expect next time around. we are starting to have a situation on our hands if you are heading off for the morning dry the. it is all backed up on westbound 80 interest richmond straight into berkeley. it's because of a big rig that lost a load of wood and now that's blocking two lanes. one lane is the frontage road northbound is also shut down due to this wood spill. so the accident was right around university avenue. it was a big rig that hit a pothole. and now it's still stalled out also blocking that lane. but traffic is backed up clear to san pablo dam road. and a heads up if you ride amtrak capital corridor. we are hearing about systemwide
delays due to police activity between sacramento and davis. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." back to you guys. >> elizabeth, thank you. oakland police had their hands full last night with a rash of gun violence. a gun battle broke out near highland hospital and police say about 30 shots rang out near the hospital's emergency room entrance. investigators blocked off a street nearby searching for evidence. then another shooting in west oakland. one woman was killed, two others hurt at 29th and chestnut streets. the victims were rushed to highland hospital and it's possible the two shootings were related. police continue to search for an escaped inmate charged with sexually assaulting a 9- year-old girl. kiet do joins us live. the victim's family is getting a bay area biker group to guard their home until the police finally find this man, right? >> reporter: yeah. we're live here at the sheriff's office where they have formed a special task force to try to hunt this suspected child molester down. they believe he is still in the bay area somewhere. and so now we are learning
about a special group known as bikers against child abuse, and they are providing round-the- clock security for the family. also known as baca, they are right now guarding victim's house in san jose. now, carter is set to stand trial for five counts of child molestation of a 9-year-old victim next month. if found guilty he would life -- he would face life in prison. baca is a group of bikers who undergo background check and a year of training. >> they are part of the family. so when these unique situations happen and they get nervous in the middle of the night and look out. a window, they're going to see people who know and love them. >> reporter: now, on friday, there was a massive manhunt. after carter escaped on the way to a medical appointment, he overpowered a deputy who was guarding him alone. the sheriff's office is now reevaluating their policy. >> only one deputy that was guarding him. after this we are going to look into it to see if we can change it. but right now our concern is capturing him. >> reporter: as for the bikers they will guard that house
until carter is back in custody. live in san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. >> investigators are examining phone records to see if it was a planned escapes. in east san jose a 2-year- old is recovering after being hit by a car. police say the toddler wandered into the street near the intersection of mclaughlin and tully road yesterday. the driver stayed at the scene and tried to help. police say there's no indication that drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash. new details this morning on the hit-and-run death of an oakland jeweler. police say the geo prism that killed the person was stolen. howell was killed as she crossed pine street in oakland on saturday. investigators find the abandoned car but are not saying where. anyone with information should call the oakland police department. some brazen car thieves are targeting bay area car dealerships. but car dealers are on high alert. and kpix 5's christin ayers says, they are taking some extra security measures. >> reporter: early march 1 you see it happen a busted window,
7 young people some wearing hoods climbed through it one by one and start ransacking the offices of brilliant dealership in fremont. the manager showed us the images and the faces of some of the suspects captured on camera. they spend about five minutes inside before finding the key to one car. watch as the driver lurches haphazardly forward and backward then drives off. >> i feel pretty confident that it's the same group of people. >> reporter: omar thinks it's the same group that knocked over his dealership. no credit check auto sales. three times last week. they stole 6 cars friday night and saturday morning by also hitting nearby phantom motors and h & r automotive. >> once they get in, they pretty much ransack the prays, go into any drawers or file cabinets try to find the keys and titles. >> reporter: a few of the stolen cars have been recovered including this fiat. authorities say it was found in oakland abandoned and totaled after a hit-and-run. >> people that are breaking in
to take the keys and cars they are all juveniles under 18. >> reporter: in fact, when this car was found, omar discovered a student's backpack inside filled with homework. omar has now increased security added new cameras and updated his alarm system. and he is storing his keys at home, a fact which he is advertising onlily. >> i put a sign -- signs all over the windows that when they come by and see, at least they will know just by trying to looking in here that, okay, they don't keep the keys here anymore, you know,. >> reporter: in fremont, christin ayers, kpix 5. >> so far there are no arrests in the case. time now is 6:40. apple has released details of its highly anticipated smartwatch. tim stevens from cnet will join to us break down whether it was worth the hype. >> reports of a tuberculosis case at a bay area
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welcome back to "kpix 5 morning news." 6:43. temperatures around the bay area today above average once the fog lifts along the coast, into the 60s. but you will notice increasing cloud cover in the santa clara valley and east of the bay into the low 70s. west winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. north of the golden gate bridge, good morning, sausalito at 65 degrees. mid-60s in petaluma becoming mostly cloudy. rain develops first across the extreme northern portion of the area in lake county. we'll talk about how much rain to expect as the news continues. thanks, roberta. some new numbers out today show a sharp increase in spending on prescription drugs. >> here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. good morning, frank. express scripts the nation's largest pharmacy benefits manager reports that plea description drug spending in
2014 rose 13% biggest increase since 2003. and specialty drugs that are very expensive are leading most 31 cents out of every dollar spent on those specialty drugs although they only represented 1% of all prescriptions. gilyard science's hepatitis "c" drug one of the leading drugs in that case each pill costs a $1,000. the full regimen $84,000. that's leading to that huge increase and the drug was a blockbuster drug for gilead last year no doubt. stock market is pulling back this morning after solid gains yesterday. once again, it's all about the fed and raising interest rates. richard fisher the president said they need to make the move soon as we look at strong job growth. also the dollar at a 12-year high against the euro. if you plan to go to europe it's not good news for businesses that are selling products and services overseas as they are seeing that significantly lower over the past couple quarters with a stronger dollar. let's look at the big board see
how we're doing so far this morning and the dow giving up all of yesterday's gains right now. down about 186 points. michelle and franking back to you. >> not a good start. okay, jason brooks from kcbs news thank you. parents of students at hayward's tennyson high school are on alert after a student tested positive for tuberculosis. a letter went out to families yesterday. it told parents the unidentified student will stay home until testing negative for the disease. tb is contagious through close frequent contact and it usually takes several exposures to become infected. let's go to liz quick. she has a traffic alert. >> we do. it's all happening in berkeley but the backups are clear to pinole now. so if there's a freeway you want to avoid, it's the eastshore freeway in the east bay. westbound 80 at university avenue, the trailer of a truck overturned and then spill wood into the road. that big rig is still there blocking a lane. it's stalled out. they are working to clean the wood debris. so we have one lane blocked on
the eastshore freeway. we have the frontage roadblocked as well as the on- ramp to university avenue and that's what's jamming up the drive times 66 minutes now from the carquinez bridge to the maze. and once you hit the bay bridge toll plaza, you get hit with fog as well as a backup behind the pay gates that extends through the may see. dense fog advisory is effect since early this morning. and mass transit has its own set of issues if you ride capitol corridor. they are trying to confirm what happened but police activity is what they are saying so far. systemwide delays on amtrak. all other mass transit is fine. maybe people were trying to avoid hot spots but the san mateo bridge is unusually busy right now out of hayward westbound 92 solid to foster city. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." with the forecast, here's roberta. dan fay calls this heaven. i call it gorgeous. it is a photograph he sent in to me at email@example.com.
wow! i want to see your photographs, too. send them in to me and we'll share them with our audience right here on "kpix 5 morning news." good morning, as elizabeth was saying, it's foggy outside. we have delays at one hour on some arriving flights at sfo due to the very low ceiling. temperatures we are in the 40s and 50s. the winds are calm. that yellow highlighted area is where we have a dense fog advisory until 10 a.m. many of our neighborhoods reporting visibility down to about a quarter of a mile. a half mile right now in santa rosa. here's what we need to know. once the fog lifts today increasing cloud cover during the day. rain arrives very spotty in the northern bay area. this core right here wraparound moisture is target, the pacific northwest and british columbia about 13 miles offshore right now. this tail end sweeps up against the ridge of high pressure break it down but in the process, it's going to fall apart at the seams. so minimal precipitation
expected north of the golden gate bridge. you can see that by the green highlighted areas there. most of our urban areas with about .10" of rain at best maybe even a trace in san jose. hopefully .25" or possibly even more highest elevations of the north bay and also the santa cruz mountains. 65 today in monterey bay. 73 in redding. 60 south shore. our sunrise this morning at 7:28. it sets at 7:12. and by then, we'll have realized temperatures above average in the 60s and 70s west winds 10 to 20, blowing the pollen around, i hear ya, i'm feeling your pain, as well. here's our extended forecast: record warmth in the 80s friday through monday. >> thank you. all right, roberta. thank you. >> tech meets fashion with apple's newest gadget. cnet editor tim stevens has a look at the apple watch.
>> we have seen it about. they showed it to us the first time last year. now we have more details about the new apple watch. this is a companion for your iphone 5 or newer. a fitness tracker with a heart rate monitor are built in and an activity tracker as well so it will keep track of you if you are sitting down too long, notification to get up and walk around. >> you have to plug this in every day. apple says this will last through a full day of average usage. >> when people get it, it won't last a full day. we'll see. this is the most personal device they have march and something you're not watching on your body but other people will see on your body. there's a lot of personalization. three models with three bands. sport starts at $350. that has an aluminum body and glass face just like the iphone
6 for example. next will be the apple watch edition that starts at $549. that steps up to stainless steel body so it's heavier, more polished looking and that has a sapphire crystal face which will be harder to scratch like a high-end watch. and then if you have really deep pockets, there will be the apple watch edition that starts at $10,000 up to $17,000 depending which band you choose. that's an 18-karat gold body and sapphire crystal fails. it's important to note that even those they look different and they have different bands and have different prices they function exactly the same. so the cheaper model versus the $17,000 model you don't get any additional functionality. >> it looks different. >> a lot. it should be worth noting even though people are used to spending that musmon any $10,000 for a local election -- that much money 10 for a rolex, there is no expectation that this will be functional in five years probably obsolete just like the iphone.
>> technology is always changing. this could be obsolete in a year. >> certainly within a couple of years you'll be looking to upgrade. >> do you need it? >> no. so what it does is it makes using your phone easier gives you notifications. if you always are fishing in your pocket or purse to pull your phone out, it will make it easier to get your notifications. if activity track something a big thing, it will be one of those things that makes your life better like the ipad you don't need it but certainly a lot of people bought it. >> your the watch and the ipad and you have the -- you have the watch, ipad and phone. >> and you have the new macbook so you have that in your bag. so apple is going to be everywhere. they will have all your free money tied up in apple devices but your life will be so much better thanks to it. [ laughter ] >> it's intriguing. you need a watch so there you go. >> it's the first new product from appear until five years. it's going done interesting to see at adoption. people don't know what it is. >> do you think will buy it? >> i think it will take time to get momentum behind it you about once people see these on people's wrists when they see
people talking into them and swiping and reading note any occasions on smart watches, they will take off. >> great stuff. 6:53. a california infant kidnapped by his father after a stabbing is back in safe hands this morning. where police managed to track them down. >> more concerns of explosive devices in a north bay neighborhood. coming up, why the bomb squad was at a house for the can't say thank you enough. you have made my life special by being apart of it. (everyone) cheers! glad you made it buddy. thanks for inviting me. thanks again my friends. for everything for all your help. through all life's milestones our trusted advisors are with you every step of the way. congratulations! thanks for helping me plan for my retirement. you should come celebrate with us. i'd be honored. plan for your goals with advisors you know and trust. so you can celebrate today and feel confident about tomorrow. chase. so you can.
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against the president's proposal to limit the country's nuclear program saying it would only last until president obama leaves office. the sigma alpha epsilon university at the university of oklahoma has until midnight to clear out the can puss frat house. the fallout comes after a video surfaced showing several members of the fraternity chanting racist remarks while on a bus. the university may also expel some of the students that were involved. a one-year-old from southern california has been found in tijuana after police say he was kidnapped by his father. an amber alert was issued for jayden santiago after his father took him from his mother's home in san pedro yesterday. water districts in the bay area considering raising your rates and it's because customers are cutting back their use. tonight santa clara valley water district will discuss a 30% hike east bay m.u.d. and the san francisco public utilities commission considering similar moves too. 49ers fullback bruce miller is waiting to see if he will face charges after his arrest on suspicion of spousal
battery. santa clara police arrested the 27-year-old last thursday night. 49ers management says it's aware of the report and the team is investigating. i'm ryan takeo live in novato. overnight a bomb squad searched a north bay neighborhood. in fact, it was the same house where they said they found almost 90 explosive devices just one month ago. neighbors complain they heard explosions yesterday on pacheco avenue near novato. deputies detained 43-year-old loreen mason, the same woman they arrested last month along with a man for having those explosive devices, allegedly. deputies also say they found crystal meth at the house a month ago. both suspects are suppose to be in court this morning facing felonies from last month. one of those child endangerment. mason has a 5-year-old daughter. it's not clear if she was in the house yesterday. live in novato, kpix 5. and if you are trying to get to work on time you may have some problems if you are on the eastshore freeway. westbound 80 at university avenue, they still have one lane blocked and the frontage
road is closed between ashby and university. it's all because of this wood debris spill. the drive time holding steady around 66 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze but it's particularly heavy from hercules. and if you are in the south bay, northbound 101 at alum rock a crash there has one lane blocked. and it is slow going now in san jose. clear path capitol expressway. >> one-hour delays at sfo on arriving flights due to dense fog. temperatures 40s and 50s out the door. we have that dense fog alert until 10:00 this morning for the huge area. once the fog lifts we are talking about increasing cloud cover, other microclimate numbers into the 40s and 50s. here's your extended. our temperature today with the increasing clouds 63 to 76 degrees. spotty light rain showers on wednesday. some people won't even get wet. but on thursday high pressure builds in and that will lead to record warm temperatures friday through monday. yes, we're talking low to mid-
80s. we never had spring. went to summer. thank you for watching kpix 5 good morning to our viewers in the west. it is tuesday, march 10th 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." new racist video emerges overnight. we go inside the fraternity house. and siding with iranian hard liners over nuclear negotiations. could a documentary solve a 14-year-old murder? "48 hours" shows us the evidence. we begin with today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>